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case 1030 heats up FAST!

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Dairy Farmer in WI

07-09-2007 20:04:53

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so i was gonna go cut hay the other day with the 1030 so i started going down the road then i looked down at the temp and she got up over 200 deg. so i went home and parked it and grabbed the 4010 and came back later to fill it up with water. i let it idle for like 2 minutes and the temp was already at 170 deg.! is this the thermostat or do i have other issues? i know that if i don't use it for over a week a little water gets in the oil. i thinks that's a cracked block. now did the block get worse or is it the thermostat or some thing else? T.I.A.
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07-10-2007 16:36:37

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 Re: case 1030 heats up FAST! in reply to Dairy Farmer in WI, 07-09-2007 20:04:53  
You most likely have a blown head gasket or cracked head, or heads.

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07-10-2007 03:22:10

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 Re: case 1030 heats up FAST! in reply to Dairy Farmer in WI, 07-09-2007 20:04:53  
When it is running do you have bubbles comming up in the radiator? That would indicate bad gasket or head problems. It could be stuck thermostat (there would be no bubbles), cracked head or bad gasket, all are more likely than a cracked block, unless you already know it is cracked? Water in the oil is usually a sign of bad o-rings on the sleevs, but could also be head gasket problem.

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Dairy Farmer in WI

07-10-2007 10:10:20

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 Re: case 1030 heats up FAST! in reply to Camboted, 07-10-2007 03:22:10  
i don't know about bubbles cuz i never stick my eyes down in there but i always fill it up with water while it's running and when it gets full the water seems to bubble out. i don't know for sure if it's a cracked block. like you said, it could be the o-rings on the sleeves.
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